The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, June 01, 1892, Image 11
animations, library fund, and marks were far And then the hop, with its bright faces, en trancing music, dreamy waltzes, and merry dances. The whirl of exercises of more or less interest, with all the other pleasures of the com mencement, made it a week which flew but too rapidly for his inclination. This is the popular man, A fellow free with his time, tobacco, end money, always ready for a game, if thereby he saw recluse a coming pleasure, though he knows that on the morrow he is sure of a “flunk.” He rarely answers more ques tions than absolutely necessary to put him through. He has a deep and abiding adoration of the senoritas in whose company he is generally found when not in his room entertaining his neighbors. He is a fellow of exceptional conversational ability and kindly feelings for everybody, and makes light of his own troubles while helping others in theirs. A reception was given by Miss Maytee Olds, Friday evening, May 27. An informal dance was given by the Betas on Wednesday evening, June 1. The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity gave a recep tion on Tuesday evening, May 24. John White ’94, will represent the college Y. M. C. A. at the Northfield Summer school this vacation. F. F. Weld '93, took one of the prize bicycles offered by the Pope Manufacturing Co., for essays on “Good Roads,”. *HE FREE LANCE'. ft te 4? Professor and Mrs. Davis gave a musicale on Friday evening, May 20. The dressing room and bleachers on the ath letic grounds have been completed and a long felt want has been supplied. The Kappa Sigma fraternity will next term oc cupy the house which is being built on the lot adjoining the Phi Gamma Delta house on the left. At the meeting of the trustees on Tuesday, June 14th, the old members of the board were re-elect ed, and the business consisted simply in carrying into effect that which was transacted at the Janu ary meeting. An interesting and instructive lecture was de livered in the chapel on Friday evening, May 27, by Mr. Renick of the Treasury department at Washington. The subject was, “Our Treasury Department System.” The largest crowd ever gathered on the campus witnessed the exhibition drill of the State College cadets Tuesday, p. m., June 14th. The drill lasted about an hour. . The oppressive heat made it especially hard to drill. The second Rhetorical exhibition was held in the chapel May 18. The speakers were Eachus and Fay ’9.3, Brenneman, Brewer, and Miss Hunt er, ’94. Clement, Cummins, Geary, Greer, Har der, Heppenstall, and J. E. Hall. The annual meeting of the alumni association was held in the Y. M. C. A. hall Tuesday morn ing, June 14th. The following officers were elect ed, James Potter, of Bellefonte, President; Miss Blanche Patterson, of State College, secretary and treasurer. On Friday evening, May 13th, the Pa Alpha Zeta Chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraterni ty was installed at Bellefonte by the alumni rep resentatives of the fraternity from Adrion College; after the iniatory ceremonies a banquet was serv ed at the Bush House. The charter members are Krumrine ’93, Brenneman, Patrick and Rebhum '94, and Robinson, Wishart, and Moore ’95.